In addition, we have added a Portuguese version of Yang Family Tai Chi Chuan Essentials.
Here’s the registration form for the China trip.
Because we’re starting the second phase of QICP, we’ve produced a study guide to help teachers in training get ready for testing. (QICP is a new way to certify an instructor for teaching one thing at a time. For example, the 16-form, the 103-form, or the sword form.)
Look for it in the Members-Only area.
Association members can visit http://yangfamilytaichi.com/members-only/journals.php to view the latest journal, which looks back on the symposium. PDF version is available now. Interactive version coming soon.
We’ve put up pages describing the 2015 China Adventure. We’ll be celebrating GM Yang Zhenduo’s 90th birthday! Visit yangfamilytaichi.com/events/2015 for more information.
Anna Siniscalco, a Yang Family Tai Chi Chuan Association Certified Instructor, leads a group practice in front of the Colosseum in Rome, Italy.
Congratulations to the following for their recent promotions.
New Center Director
Francesco Matera, Varese, Italy
New Affiliated Instructors
Tim Brelig, Louisville, KY
Maria Therezinha M. Firmo Tengan, Ribeirao Preto, Brazil
Fabiana Silvano, Buenos Aires, Argentina
New Certified Instructors
Elaine Cooper, Farmington Hills, MI
Cheryl Medvedenko, Rockford, MI
Vera Lazzeri, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic